Winthrop University and EDUSC Partner on Episcopal Church Home at York Place
On January 6, leaders from the Episcopal Diocese of Upper South Carolina and Winthrop University signed a memorandum of understanding that formalizes a partnership centered on Episcopal Church Home at York Place. Winthrop University will be partnering with us to develop child development and intergenerational programming at York Place.
York Place, which will be a moderately-priced retirement facility in York incorporating intergenerational ministries, is one piece of The Centennial Campaign: From Generation to Generation in the Church. The campaign supports Gravatt Camp and Conference Center, young adult and campus ministries, and the Episcopal Church Home at York Place.
(From left to right) Dr. Adrienne L. Edwards, Assistant Professor and Program Director of Human Development and Family Studies, Dr. Erin Hamel, Assistant Professor, Early Childhood Education, Macfeat Early Childhood Laboratory School, Canon d’Rue Hazel, Canon for Vision and Ministry Development, Dr. Jennie Rakestraw, Dean of the College of Education, Dr. Adrienne McCormick, Provost and Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs, The Right Reverend W. Andrew Waldo, Eighth Bishop of the Diocese of Upper South Carolina, Dr. Daniel F. Mahony, President
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